I will be taking part in the Juxtaposition show at Elizabeth James Gallery, from the 10th until the 23rd April. I will be showing a couple of my older Relationships Series paintings, as I think they fit the theme quite well.
Very pleased to learn that my application to join ArtCan has been successful. Looking forward to working with them, meeting the other members and finding out about what they have planned for the coming year.
ArtCan is a non-profit arts organisation that supports artists through profile raising activities and exhibitions, an open network of ‘likeminded’ peers, and practical support structures.
I’ve started work on a series of headless nudes. It’s a development of some figure studies I have been working on. I was interested in seeing to what extent a sense of the sitter’s identity could be conveyed if, first, they were stripped of their clothes, and then, as in the case with this painting, their heads were cropped from the painting.
I’m showing this painting – Man With Ridiculous Hair – at the Selfie Exhibition at Candid Arts Trust.
The exhibition runs from 23rd February until the 4th March. Candid Arts Gallery is located at 3-5 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ, just a short distance from Angel station.
Intent Part Two has ended. Organiser and co-curator Sean Worrall has left his musings on the event at:
INTENT (Part One), the online element of this two-part show is still live, and can be found here.
Despite having a stinking cold, I braved a chilly winter evening to attend the opening night of Intent (Part Two) – the latest show organised by Cultivate and curated by Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey. As with all of Cultivate’s events, it was well attended, with an interesting selection of art on display.
I’ll be showing my painting “Woman Sitting on Bed” at the upcoming exhibition Intent Part Two, held at BSMT Space, organised and curated by Cultivate.
I’ll be showing this piece. I showed it at the recent Stomach#3 show, and was really pleased with the feedback I received.
Last weekends’s event “Unexpected”, presented by Stomach, went well. Despite the nearest train station being closed for engineering work, there was still a good turn out. In fact, the security guy had to usher people out the door at 11pm, as the artists were trying to take their works down. Not bad for an art exhibition.
There was music, performance art, and snacks served by a naked waiter. I look forward to seeing Stomach IV next year.
I’ll be showing a few paintings at the upcoming Stomach III exhibition/show at Hoxton Arches. It’s on for one day only, and if the previous event – Stomach II – is anything to go by, it’s sure to be an entertaining evening.
I’ve been struggling with a few smaller paintings recently. A week away from the studio seems to have helped, and I have managed to finish a couple of them in the past two days.